Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham MP paid a visit to Trafford’s Macmillan Wellbeing Centre to learn more about the psychological and emotional support available to local residents with a life-limiting illness.
Modern day families are faced with a number of different pressures that can make life difficult, so mental health experts at Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust have come up with 10 tips to improve the wellbeing of the whole family.
A new ITV programme called Student Nurses: Bedpans to Bandages follows the diverse backgrounds and lives of trainee nurses in Birmingham and Manchester, with all the pressures, emotions and challenges they face both in training and on the wards.
New parents living in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale can be assured that they will receive all the help and support they need to give their baby the very best start in life.
Pennine Care will remain the lead provider of community services in the Oldham borough
An Oldham nurse has raised nearly £1,500 to benefit people with cancer.
Children’s nurses are working with GP practices to ensure children who are unwell can be seen quickly during the busy winter months.
Update from Michael McCourt, Chief Executive
Oldham’s free and fun healthy lifestyle programme is back for 2014, to help families start 2014 as they mean to go on.
Adults in Oldham are encouraged to kick start a healthy New Year by getting involved in free and effective NHS weight management programmes.
Christmas is traditionally a time for overindulgence. For children, young people and their families, who are trying to manage their weight, the festivities can present a real challenge
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust has today announced the appointment of a new Chief Executive to lead its community and mental health services across Greater Manchester.